Marie-Clare received a BSc (Hons) in Psychology from the University of St Andrews in 2011. She continued her studies at Abertay University, gaining an MSc in Counselling Studies in 2018. She is currently in the second year of her doctorate, looking at the processes and outcomes of Pluralistic therapy. She is in the process of developing an adherence scale for Pluralistic therapy, using the current literature and the experiences of pluralistic therapists.
Marie-Clare spoke at the International Conference on Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy in 2020, on the ways in which theoretical approaches can be manualised (or not) and how we can go about creating and applying an adherence scale to the complex process that is Pluralistic therapy.
My research interests include psychotherapy adherence, pluralistic counselling and psychotherapy, and therapy outcome studies.
Counselling, MSc, Abertay University
Psychology, BSc Hons, University of St Andrews